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Tom Hiddleston’s first role in 2001:

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Tom’s first-ever acting project was a role as a Lord in the TV movie The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. In his early career he also had roles in ConspiracyThe Gathering StormWallander, and Casualty. He also acted in several plays, included Othello in 2008 opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor and Ewan McGregor.

Tom Hiddleston as Loki on Loki:


Tom’s big break was when he landed the role of Loki in Thor (2011). He was brought in to audition by Kenneth Branagh, who had previously worked with him. Since then, he’s appeared in The Avengers (2012), Thor: The Dark World (2013), Thor: Ragnarok (2018), Avengers: Infinity War (2019), and Avengers: Endgame (2020) in the MCU. He has also starred in non-Marvel projects like I Saw The Light, Kong: Skull Island, and The Night Manager, for which he won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Emmy. 

Tom Hiddleston in real life:

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Next up, you can hear Tom in the first episode of Disney+’s animated series What If…?, premiering on August 11. He’ll also star in the Apple TV+ mini series The Essex Serpent as Will Ransome. 


Owen Wilson’s first role in 1996:

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Owen Wilson’s first big role was in Wes Anderson’s Bottle Rocket in 1996. What followed, of course, was a massive movie career — Owen starred in everything from Zoolander  to The Royal Tenenbaums to Cars to Wedding Crashers to Starsky & Hutch. And that’s just to name a few!

Owen Wilson as Mobius in Loki:


Loki marks Owen’s first appearance in the MCU. He told Screen Rant that he was unfamiliar with the MCU before taking the role. “It was really right before we started filming when I met with Tom Hiddleston, and he walked me through a lot of the mythology and explaining Loki’s full story,” he said.

Owen Wilson in real life:

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While they’re not MCU projects, Owen has a lot of movies coming up. He’ll appear in Marry MePaintSecret Headquarters, and Shanghai Dawn


Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s early roles in 2007 and 2013:

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Gugu’s early career included many TV appearances on shows like Holby City, MI-5, Bad Girls, Marple, and Doctor Who (pictured on top above). She played Juliet in a 2005 production of Romeo and Juliet opposite Andrew Garfield and in 2008 starred as Ophelia in Hamlet opposite Jude Law on London’s West End. That lead to TV roles in Undercovers and Touch as well as a role in Larry Crowne starring Tom Hanks. Prior to joining the MCU Gugu’s big break was the 2013 movie Belle (pictured on bottom above). She has since starred in many movies and TV shows, including Beyond the Lights, Beauty and the BeastBlack Mirror, A Wrinkle in Time, and The Morning Show

Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna Renslayer in Loki:


Loki marks Gugu’s first MCU project. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, she described Ravonna as a complicated character. “There’s a lot of secrets. There’s betrayal. There’s lots of layers of Renslayer to come,” she said.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw now:

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Gugu will appear in the movie Seacole and the HBO Max and BBC mini-series The Girl Before opposite David Oyelowo and Ben Hardy. 


Wunmi Mosaku’s early role in 2013:

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Wunmi’s early roles include the 2009 mini-series Moses Jones and the ITV series Vera as well as the BBC series Dancing on the Edge (pictured above). More recently, she’s been in Luther, Netflix’s The End of the F****ing World, HBO’s Lovecraft Country, and the 2020 movie His House, among many other roles. 

Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15 in Loki:

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Wunmi’s appearance as Hunter B-15 in Loki is her first MCU role, which she called a “glorious welcome into the Marvel universe” on Instagram. She told The Hollywood Reporter how much fun she had in the role of B-15. “I absolutely love it. I get to play mean; I get to argue and fight with my friend,” she said of Tom Hiddleston.

Wunmi Mosaku in real life:


Sophia Di Martino’s early role in 2006:


Sophia got her start on British television with roles on shows like Holby City, The Royal Today, and Casualty as Polly Emmerson (pictured above). She also appeared in the 2019 movie, Yesterday

Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie in Loki:

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Playing Sylvie in Loki is a big break role for Sophia (and her first Marvel role), and…uhhhhhh, I’d say her character has already made a MASSIVE impact, huh? Sophia told EW she had no idea she was auditioning for Loki when she tried out for the part. “I didn’t know what the role was, I didn’t know what the show was, I didn’t know anything,” she said. 

Sophia Di Martino in real life:

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Up next for Sophia? A few shorts as well as the TV movie Girls Code and the film The Electrical Life of Louis Wain


Richard E. Grant’s earlier roles:

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Richard E. Grant has had a long career in film and TV spanning over 30 years. One of his earliest roles was in the film Killing Dad or How to Love Your Mother in 1989 (pictured on the top above). He’s also appeared in movies like Spice World (pictured on the bottom above), The Iron Lady, Logan, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. In 2018, his portrayal of Jack Hock in Can You Ever Forgive Me? landed him Best Supporting Actor nominations at the Academy Awards, SAG Awards, Golden Globes, and BAFTAs.

Richard E. Grant as Classic Loki in Loki:


Richard’s brief (but powerful!) appearance as Classic Loki was his first appearance in the MCU. In an interview with Variety, he said he’s been following Tom Hiddleston’s career since seeing him perform in Othello. “I met him backstage and I said, ‘You are so extraordinarily talented, you’re going to have an enormous career. I can’t wait to watch and see what you do.’ And indeed, he has.” The two had even joked in the past that they could play “father and son” in something.

Richard E. Grant IRL:

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Next year, Richard will star in the new Persuasion adaptation starring Dakota Johnson and Henry Golding. He will also appear in The Guinea Pig Club and the TV show The Offenders.


Jack Veal’s early role in 2017:


If you’re a fan of Netflix’s The End of the F***ing World (which also starred Jack’s Loki costar, Wunmi Mosaku) you might have noticed that Jack played Little James. 

Jack Veal as Kid Loki in Loki:

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Jack’s small-but-mighty performance as Kid Loki was his first appearance in the MCU — but hopefully not the last. *cough* Young Avengers *cough*????


DeObia Oparei’s early roles:


DeObia’s first-ever film role was in Alien 3 as Arthur (pictured on the top above). He has also appeared in films such as Moulin Rouge!, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and Dumbo, to name a few. Game of Thrones fans will also definitely remember his arc in Seasons 5 and 6 as Areo Hotah (pictured on the bottom above). Or if Netflix’s Sex Education is more your thing, he played Eric’s dad, Mr. Effiong, on the show — that also marked the first time he worked with Loki director, Kate Herron. 

DeObia Oparei as Boastful Loki in Loki:

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As his first appearance in the MCU, DeObia portrayed Boastful Loki. DeObia has shared so many wonderful pictures and videos from behind the scenes of the show. Like many of the actors on the show, DeObia reflected on the fact that he knew very little about the plot initially. “When I auditioned for it, the role was called something else so I had no idea what it was,” he told Comic Book Movie. “I think it was a fitting when I arrived in Atlanta from London. Then, I heard the name ‘Boastful Loki’ and was like, ‘Oh my God, you’re kidding me!’ That was a trip. So, I’m a version of Tom Hiddleston? Alright! I’ve got the booty. I can pull it off.'”


Cailey Fleming’s first role in 2015:


Cailey is already absolutely thriving at playing the younger version of characters. Her first big role was playing Young Rey in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens in 2015 — she later reprised the role in The Rise of Skywalker

Cailey Fleming as Young Sylvie in Loki:


On Loki, Cailey had a short but super memorable and emotional appearance as Young Sylvie, marking her MCU debut.


Jonathan Majors’ early role in 2017:

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Jonathan’s first role was in Much Ado About Nothing in 2013. Then, in 2017 he appeared on the ABC docudrama mini-series, When We Rise (pictured above). More recently, he’s starred in major movie projects like The Last Black Man in San Francisco and Da 5 Bloods and starred as Atticus on HBO’s Lovecraft Country, for which he recently got an Emmy Nomination for Best Leading Actor in a Drama Series. 

Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains in Loki:


UMMMMMMMMM, is anyone else still freaking out about Jonathan Majors’ epic entry into the MCU? We knew he’d be playing Kang the Conquerer in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, but THAT entrance was totally unexpected. (Well, unless you’ve been reading my colleague Nora Dominick’s excellent Easter eggs posts…). Honestly, so excited and freaking out about what this MEANS and he was so great in the role already.

Jonathan Majors IRL:

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So, yeah, basically we’re about to see a whole lot more of Jonathan in the MCU as Kang which is WONDERFUL news. But, according to Deadline, he’s also in talks to star in Creed III opposite Michael B. Jordan, which is super exciting…especially now that they’re both in the MCU. 


And Tara Strong’s iconic roles as the voice of Timmy Turner and Bubbles:

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If you’ve watching anything animated, there’s a really strong chance you’ve heard Tara Strong’s excellent voice work. Seriously, it just took me SEVERAL minutes to scroll to the start of her IMDb page. Some notable voices? Bubbles in Powerpuff Girls, Timmy Turner in The Fairly OddParents, Dil Pickles in Rugrats, and Barbara Gordon/Batgirl in Batman: The Killing Joke

Tara Strong as the voice of Miss Minutes in Loki:


Miss Minutes was absolutely HAUNTING. (The TRUE villain of Loki??? Lol tbh, she might be.) And that’s all thanks to Tara’s excellent work in the role. At this point, it won’t surprise you to learn that Tara hardly knew anything about Miss Minutes. She had to ask her agent to call production to find out more, like, “Who is she? Is she sentient? Is she like an Alexa? Who is this character?” she told Screen Rant.

Tara Strong IRL:

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I’m terrified to have Miss Minutes back for Loki Season 2, but Tara voices her so well that I still hope it happens. Until then, you can truly catch her in SO many animated projects, including the upcoming Goblins Animated TV series

And here’s a pic of Alligator Loki just because I needed him here too:

Marvel Studios / Courtesy of Marvel Studios

Oddly, I couldn’t track down his first role, but I just KNOW he’s going to be a star. Later, gators!

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27 Iconic Songs That Their Singers Low-Key Hate




I find it hard to believe anyone could hate “Telephone,” but apparently Lady Gaga does.


Billy Joel, “We Didn’t Start the Fire”

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After messing up on the lyrics during a show, Joel called it “One of the worst melodies I ever wrote.” He’s also called it “not much of a song” and “terrible.”


Pink, “Don’t Let Me Get Me”

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“I wish I could burn that song and never sing it again,” Pink told the LA Times, calling it the song she hates performing the most.


Camila Cabello, “OMG”

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Camila once tweeted “I’m throwing up” when a fan quoted/mentioned the song to her. It was actually supposed to be released as a single instead of “Havana,” though Camila convinced the label to let her release both and see which fared better — “Havana” obviously won.


Ariana Grande, “Put Your Hearts Up”…

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Grande told Rolling Stone that the song felt “inauthentic and fake,” saying it was geared toward kids and that she hated the music video. “I still have nightmares about it, and I made them hide it on my Vevo page,” she said.


…and “Touch It”

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After a fan said Ari thought “Touch It” was boring, Ariana replied on Twitter saying “im correct.” 


Elton John, “Crocodile Rock”

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John told ABC, “There are certain songs that you think, “Ugh, I gotta f***in’ sing that one again!” and when pressed, admitted “Crocodile Rock” was one of them. “But the audience love it, and y’know, it’s a guilty pleasure, as they say,” he conceded.


Bruno Mars, “The Lazy Song”

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Mars tweeted, “When someone tells me they actually like ‘The Lazy Song,'” then added a video where he shook his head and stared deadpan at the camera. 


The Jonas Brothers, “Pizza Girl”

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The JoBros told Khalid that the one song they regretted in their discography was “Pizza Girl,” a track that was part of their Jonas Disney Channel show. The brothers, and in particular Nick, also revealed they didn’t love being on the show, especially in the second season.


Lady Gaga, “Telephone”…

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Speaking to PopJustice, Gaga said, “I hate ‘Telephone.’ Is that terrible to say? It’s the song I have the most difficult time listening to.” However, she said this had less to do with the song itself, but more with “the mix and the process of getting the production finished,” which she called “stressful.” She also said she hated the music video and that it tried to cram too many ideas in.


…and “Money Honey”

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After speaking about “Telephone,” Gaga was asked what song she actually does dislike/would skip. She answered “Money Honey” from The Fame.


Miley Cyrus, “Party in the USA”

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In a video of ex-husband Liam Hemsworth singing “Party in the USA,” Miley says she hates the song, even though, “for some reason, the people love it.”


Willow Smith, “Whip My Hair”

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Smith struggled with her mental health after the runaway success of her hit “Whip My Hair,” and said it even took her a few years to forgive her parents and regain trust after she felt her father was too harsh at times and she didn’t feel listened to.


Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters, “The One”

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The Foo Fighters drummer said he’s always hated the song, which was recorded for the film Orange County: “I hate the way it sounds, the production of it; it was a total cop-out.” He also called it “straight-up pop” at a time when they were “trying to figure out how to be the Foo Fighters.”


Halsey, “New Americana”

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When a fan tweeted Halsey asking what her least favorite song of hers is, Halsey answered “New Americana.” However, after fans shared their love for the song, Halsey admitted that their feelings may be because it was their first single and they got “burnt out on it.”


Justin Bieber, “Beauty and a Beat”

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Bieber admitted that he “never really liked” the song, even at the time of recording it, but that he understood what it was and it was successful.


Ed Sheeran, “Shape of You”

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Sheeran felt like the song wasn’t him, and said it took a month or two for the other writers on the song to convince him to put it on the album Divide, and another month before they persuaded him to make it a single.


Madonna, “Like a Virgin”

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Madonna is apparently “sick” of her old songs, especially “Like a Virgin,” saying it’s always playing in stores she’s in or that fans will sing it to her when it’s actually the one she wishes she didn’t have to hear. She also said she’s not sure she could ever perform “Like a Virgin” or “Holiday” anymore, unless she was paid $30 million.


Charli XCX, “Break the Rules”

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Charli called the song “so bad,” saying she hates it and that she wrote it at a writing camp for other artists. ‘I was like, ‘Whoever sings this song is an idiot,'” she said, adding that she “fucked herself” by making it the second single for her album Sucker.


Lorde, “Royals”

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Lorde said she understood why it was a hit, but groaned when talking about it, calling the melody “just not as good as something I could have written now” and the song “a bit of a relic.” She also called herself “naive” when she wrote it, especially due to criticisms of racism in the song.


Kelly Clarkson, “Breakaway”…

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In a BuzzFeed video where Kelly ranked her songs, she called “Breakaway” one of her two least favorite songs. She’s also said it wasn’t challenging or exciting as a vocalist to sing.


…and “A Moment Like This”

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“A Moment Like This” was the other song Clarkson called her “least favorite.” In another interview with BuzzFeed, Kelly said she’s not “against the song, but it’s not really [her] vibe,” as the song was technically written for the winner of American Idol and not her specifically. 


Avril Lavigne, “Complicated”

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Lavigne said she sometimes hates playing “Complicated,” but that she does it for the fans, and doesn’t understand when other artists refuse to perform old hits that they no longer enjoy.


Nicki Minaj, “Starships”…

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“I hate ‘Starships,’” Minaj said. “I mean ew, ‘Starships?’ I’m like, ‘Why did I do that?’ I really think that every time I hear it.”


…and “Your Love”…

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Minaj apparently always hated the song, though she likes the video. She’s said she wasn’t planning on releasing it at all, but then the song leaked online, and the radio started playing it.


…and “Anaconda”

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Minaj revealed she wishes she’d never recorded “Anaconda,” though again, she likes the video.


Selena Gomez, “Come and Get It”

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Gomez has said that the song sounds like “a Rihanna reject” and that it’s “very difficult for [her] to perform live.” She also said she released it when she was young and wanted a hit, but she’s grateful for what its done for her.


And finally, Zayn…and basically all of his “One Direction” songs

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Zayn has called the group’s music “generic” and not his style, saying they recorded what they were told would sell. He later said of their music, “That’s not music I would listen to. Would you listen to One Direction at a party with your girl? I wouldn’t.”

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Addison Rae Ignored Questions About Being A Trump Supporter, So I Looked Through Her Twitter Likes




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Iggy Azalea Won’t Post Photos Of Son Anymore




“Imagine being so miserable that you bully a one-year-old child for picking his own outfit.”

Iggy Azalea has said that she won’t be posting photos of her son, Onyx, online anymore.

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Iggy announced that she’d given birth to her son, whose father is rapper Playboi Carti, around a year ago — which was a pretty huge surprise, given that she never revealed that she was pregnant.

Well, earlier this week, Iggy posted a photo of Onyx playing in a dinosaur onesie on her Instagram story — and, unfortunately, the trolls descended.

Iggy responded to one Twitter user by saying, “Imagine being so miserable that you bully a one-year-old child for picking his own outfit.”

Imagine being so miserable that you bully a one year old child for picking his own outfit.
Y’all so corny and bored and it’s really a damn shame.


Raf = Raf Simons, the designer clothing brand.

When another user tried to brush off the tweets about Onyx as a “meme,” Iggy responded, “My child is not a sub-brand for his father’s fans to obsess over or clown on — because the reality is that y’all don’t like his mom so you think it’s cute to be rude about a baby and what funny stuff he wears.”

My child is not a sub-brand for his fathers fans to obsess over or clown on because the reality is that y’all don’t like his mom so you think it’s cute to be rude about a baby and what funny stuff he wears.
Know that I will smack you in person, and so will his dad.


Culminating in her deciding not to share pics of her son anymore — or post about him at all:

I’ve decided I won’t be posting about onyx or sharing images online anymore.
Y’all not about to be out here playing with my baby on my watch, nope!


Well, to people who think it’s fun to troll a one-year-old online — may I suggest a hobby? Perhaps paleontology?

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